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Mandya: The father of Karnataka Muslim student Biwi Muskan Khan, who was praised by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri for chanting “Allahu Akbar” while facing a crowd that chanted “Jai Shri Ram” in connection with the hijab controversy. Has asked the terrorist organization chief to spare his family and leave them alone.

Responding to and praising Muskaan’s video, Al-Zawahiri called the Mandya student a ‘great woman of India’. Slamming the al-Qaeda chief, Hussein said on Wednesday that his daughter was more interested in studies.


Talking to the media, Hussain said that his family does not want any kind of ‘unwanted attention’. He said, “It has become a big headache for us. We don’t know them. I saw Zawahiri for the first time. We are happy here and living with everyone like brothers and sisters in Mandya district of Karnataka.”

Hussain said the terror outfit talking about his daughter “creates confusion”.


“It is wrong to drag a smile. I request him not to drag the matter further. We don’t want him to talk about us. Why is he talking? Muskan saw the video today. Talking about him is wrong. She is a student, and she is interested in her studies. She doesn’t want all this,” he said.

Hussain said: “We were born and brought up in Mandya. We are happy and peaceful here.” “There are rumors circulating about crores of rupees given to Muskan which are false,” he said, adding, “Let the agencies investigate. No worries about it.”


He said that there is no need for money and he has enough hard-earned resources. In a 9-minute video, Zawahiri praised Muskan Khan, a Karnataka college student in Mandya district, who chanted “Allahu Akbar” against a crowd chanting “Jai Shri Ram” on the college campus at the height of the hijab crisis. . state.

The title of the video is ‘The Noble Woman of India’. Jawahari has composed and recited a poem in praise of the student of Karnataka. In the video, he is heard saying that he came to know about Muskan Khan through a social media video and is “impressed by the act of a sister”.

Meanwhile, Karnataka Home Minister Araga Gyanendra said on Wednesday that the video is “evidence of the invisible hands playing behind the hijab row in the state”, and “doubts turned true”.

He said, “The Union Home Ministry and the State Home Ministry and Police Department are working on this. This is a very serious matter.” The special bench of the Karnataka High Court, while dismissing petitions seeking consent to attend classes wearing hijab, has also mentioned the role of invisible hands in its judgment.

He said, “I have also mentioned the presence of religious fundamentalist organizations behind creating the hijab crisis in the state. Al-Qaeda’s video has finally proved it.”